Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Hi. I'm Dana and I Make Stuff

Like this block I made to add to Courtney's Circle 7 quilt.

Here it is next to the rest of the quilt.  You don't know how hard it was to send this goodness onto the next person.  I really thought about keeping it.  Not really.  Well kinda.

I made a Halloween quilt using a pattern from Susannah Kate called Cascade.  I'll show it once I get it quilted with spider webs and such.

My current work in progress.

Who-hoo for perfect flying geese points!



soggybottomflats said...

Loving your pointy geese points!

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

I love that quilt! Looks like patterns from Bee in my bonnet blog?!?

do you know where you got the sewing machine pattern?

Your Mason jar is adorable too!

Happy sewing!

jabeybaby said...

Love your block, well I love the rest of the quilt too! Can't wait to see your finished flying geese.

Leila said...

Those geese are looking good.
And that quilt is a work of art! All of the blocks are amazing!

Unknown said...

Woot! Lovelies to look at and enjoy seeing.

I can see how hard it would be to pass such a quilt along to the next one. Wow, that block you created, amazing.

Love seeing what you're making and trying to gather some inspiration I desperately need. ;)

Cannot wait to see what you are making with those geese.

Kar said...

I would have thought about keeping the quilt also. :) Love the Halloween quilt! And quilting it with webs will be so over the top. You're so smart!

Lorna McMahon said...

Your Halloween quilt is super cute! Love those fabrics!

Jackie said...

*wiping drool off of my computer screen* Love the quilts, blocks, and your upcoming projects. Cute fabrics!

CitricSugar said...

Woohoo! That's some sweet stuff, lady! Love your paper-piecing. :-)

Beth said...

First thought in my head...perfect geese!!! Love the fabrics.
Adorable block too. said...

I am so addicted to flying geese being in The circle 7 bee is like hitting the lottery.

Tressa said...

What pattern did you use for that cute lady in the block?